Sep 16, 2022
My Lagan Love with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Altan, The Byrne Brothers, Wolf Loescher, Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen, Niamh Dunne, The Chieftains, The Fretless & The Bros. Landreth, Tulua, Don Gabbert, Heidi Talbot, The Sternwheelers, Screeched Inn, Wakefire, The Haar
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0:02 - Intro: Ogham
0:15 - Altan "Maggie’s Pancakes/Píobaire an Chéide/The Friel Deal (Reels)" from The Widening Gyre
3:44 - WELCOME
5:38 - The Byrne Brothers "Texas Tornado Reels - President Garfields (Traditional), Lead the Knave [Arty McGlynn}" from Living the Dream
9:19 - Wolf Loescher "Bill Hosie" from Sheep's Clothing
13:05 - Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen "Paddy Sean Nancy’s / The Leitrim Thrush / The Holy Land" from Brightly or Darkly
16:37 - Niamh Dunne "Jimmy Mo Mhíle Stór from Portraits
20:04 - FEEDBACK
22:10 - The Chieftains "Kerry Slides” from Bear's Sonic Journals: The Foxhunt: Live In San Francisco 1976
28:56 - Tulua "Who’s at the Gate" from Rising
35:27 - Don Gabbert "November Roses" from Donovan's Fancy
38:23 - Heidi Talbot "Glenlogie" from In Love + Light
43:04 - THANKS
44:59 - The Sternwheelers "The Wild Rover - Reprise" from Shuttered EP
49:24 - Wakefire "Eggies & Rye Bread" from Meaning of Life
52:05 - Screeched Inn "Black Velvet Band" from Screeched Inn
56:33 - CLOSING
57:54 - The Haar "My Lagan Love" from The Haar
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I’m recording this Saturday night after visiting and performing at the Middle Tennessee Highland Games and Celtic Festival. I had an amazing time. It’s been a while since I’ve been to some highland games. They did a brilliant job organizing it.
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I captured a little bit of audio from the event that I hope to share. But for now, I’m winding down and heading back to my home in Atlanta, Georgia. Hopefully, I can do this again sometime.